TITLE

ANGUILLA ANGUILLA IR A. JAPONICA INDIVIDŲ RŪŠINĖS PRIKLAUSOMYBĖS NUSTATYMAS MOLEKULINIU METODU, PAGRĮSTU mtDNR D-KILPOS REGIONO HOMOLOGINIŲ SEKŲ ANALIZE

AUTHOR(S)
Ragauskas, Adomas; Butkauskas, Dalius; Sruoga, Aniolas
PUB. DATE
September 2011
SOURCE
Veterinarija ir Zootechnika;2011, Vol. 55 Issue 77, p47
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
In order to clarify whether declared eels belong to A. japonica species or not, molecular technique which is based on PCR with Angl primer pair and alignment of newly obtained sequences with homologous A. anguilla, A. rostrata and A. japonica sequences from the GenBank, was used. It was shown that identification of A. anguilla, A. rostrata and A. japonica species based on analysis of 450-455 bp homologous mtDNA D-loop region sequences is reliable. After the study of 31 eels of uncertain origin it became clear that all investigated mtDNA D-loop region sequences belong to A. japonica species. Since this molecular technique is a powerful tool for A. anguilla and A. japonica discrimination, thus it could be used as an alternative to other methods.
ACCESSION #
67362715

 

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